1. German Taxes and UK Surveys: APCW Perspectives for 2 July 2021

    by , 2 July 2021 at 12:06 pm
    German Taxes and UK Surveys

    This week the insanity of our industry switches
    from the United Kingdom to Germany as new online
    gambling regulations and taxes go into effect.
    Not to be outdone, the UK Gambling Commission
    released a brand new study...
    and something else to potentially ban.


    Links to News Stories:

    DSWV Warning to Germans:
  2. Studies, Warnings, and a Thesaurus: APCW Perspectives for 9 April 2021

    by , 9 April 2021 at 12:09 pm
    Studies, Warnings, and a Thesaurus

    We're looking at a study of online gambling warning labels,
    as well as the new "corporate strategy" for the UKGC...
    which seems a bit familiar.


    Links to News Stories:

    Warning Labels: https://www.gamblingnews.com/news/wa...d-study-shows/
    UKGC Strategy:
  3. Polls, Surveys, and Shafts

    by , 12 March 2021 at 12:18 pm
    Polls, Surveys, and Shafts

    The sun is out and the polls are in!
    We cover online gambling surveys from
    both the UKGC and the BGC.

    Also, a legal challenge has been filed
    by BACTA over the delayed openings of
    UK casinos, bingo halls, and AGCs.


    Links to News Stories:

    UKGC Survey Discussion: https://www.gpwa.org/forum/ukgc-surv...se-256362.html
  4. UKGC Contradiction or Redundancy?

    by , 30 January 2021 at 12:26 pm

    The UK Gambling Commission is issuing statements about online
    gambling during the Covid lock down which are a bit ambiguous.
    Also, could the US online gambling industry be closing
    the gap on Europe and Britain?

  5. German "Transitional Phase" Goes Into Effect

    by , 16 October 2020 at 1:20 pm

    German "Transitional Phase" Goes Into Effect

    There are new German online gambling regulations set to come into effect in June of 2021. However, a "transitional phase" went into effect this week which will cause serious headaches for affiliates targeting the German market. Plus, the UK Gambling Commission has even more new rules rolling out before November.